the north pole rebellion - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
The North Pole Rebellion, sometimes called "Santa's Rebellion," was the day the North Pole stopped making toys and declared it would send out food and medicines, meet basic needs of the poor, until everyone had good health. They could no longer stay in their icy towers and pretend that all the world needed was toys and merriment. They decided the world needed to grow up and their rebellion was just the ticket.
In the North Pole Rebellion, which came to be called the NPR, the elves became medics, trained in a special centre in Greenland. They got their own fleet of reindeer pulled all-terrain wagons and they went all over the world helping humanity. Then there was the engineer battalion, responsible for housing and infrastructure. The agriculture and water battalion production crews were separate but worked together, along with the energy supply battalion. Santa had it all down to a fine art, but then he was used to running complex operations such as these.
It took a person with an extraordinarily good heart and an extraordinary ability to organise teams to save the world, and that was Mr. Claus. He couldn't have done it without Mrs. Claus of course, but to watch him go at his mission, counting the lives they were saving each day... well... that was real magic.
The NPR was all about efficiency, organisation and innovation. Without all the new inventions that came out in those frantic days to save souls, to save kids, we would have lost more. This was no woodland elves solution, but high tech elves with the latest research on everything.